- monitoring of toxic gases and lack of oxygen
- compatible with: Pac series and X-am family
- measuring range: in vol.-% and ppm
Portable gas-detection devices for daily use should be as small, light and robust as possible – but also offer maximum performance. Reason enough for us to reduce the volume and weight of the sensors drastically and develop a miniaturised XXS generation of DrägerSensors. High sensitivity and improved gas selectivity combined with excellent long-term stability and rapid response times ensure that users are alerted quickly and reliably to the presence of hazardous gases, providing more safety at work.
In addition to the DrägerSensors XXS H2S, CO and O2, Dräger also offers sensors for hydride, amine and organic vapours. The sensitivity data for more than 12 different gases and vapours stored on the XXS OV sensors make it possible to detect several gas hazards with a single sensor.
The dual sensors combine the special features of two sensors. We are setting new standards for simultaneous testing using a single sensor: simultaneous O2 % by vol. testing and ppm testing for CO or H2S.
We develop the sensors ourselves using our own engineering knowledge. In this way, we can assure their quality and we know the measurements are accurate. This allows them to be fully utilized in combination with our full line of in-house developed Dräger gas detectors.
Our sensors deliver reliable measurement results and have long calibration intervals. Depending on the sensor type, we ensure a lifetime of up to five years.
Product information: DrägerSensor XXS (PDF)
Dräger has developed miniature electrochemical sensors specially for the Dräger Pac®, X-am® 1/2/5 and X-am® 8000 generation. The sensors detect many different gases and vapours. They are also very reliable and stable over the long-term, thereby reducing your operating costs.
Portable Gas Detection - Family Brochure, en
Brochure: Dräger's Guide to Portable Gas Detection (PDF)
Matter with a temperature above its boiling point is said to be a gas. With respect to a human environment (normal conditions), any substance with a boiling point below 20°C at normal pressure is a gas.